Yaron Prywes, Ph.D., is a coaching psychologist with 10+ years of experience, specializing in inclusion and innovation. He has facilitated groups around the world and has coached hundreds of leaders one-on-one. In 2016, he coached 75 leaders from 30 organizations, and logged nearly 500 coaching hours. He has coached the highest-ranking woman, person of color, and/or microcultural member in numerous organizations. At NASA, the United Nations, as well as other global Fortune 500 companies, Yaron has led collaborative negotiations trainings. At Columbia University he teaches Intercultural Communications to Masters students, and he is an adjunct at the Center for Creative Leadership as well.
In 2008, Yaron created LeaderNation, a web-based, 360-degree leadership feedback tool used by over 15 thousand people. In 2009, he co-authored The Nature of Leadership: Mammals, Reptiles, and the Challenge of Becoming a Great Leader, a self-help book published by the American Management Association. He has been the lead researcher on numerous studies measuring the outcomes of leadership development and coaching initiatives. In 2016, a blind review panel selected him as a featured speaker at Columbia University’s 2nd International Coaching Conference.
Recently, Yaron facilitated a 3-day leadership development program for 64 leaders of the world’s largest cosmetics company that included customized assessments, action planning, and manager alignment meetings. Program ranked #1 relative to 31 other programs in the organization, with a 95/100 impact index score, a 97/100 perception index score, and a 96/100 global assessment score.
Select clients include: American Express, Astana Financial, Coach, Coty, L’Oreal, Lancome, Spotify, Sirius XM Radio, Philips, KAYAK, NASA and UNICEF.